A 21-year-old Honduran native is facing 155 years in prison after being accused of repeatedly raping a 6-year-old girl in Montgomery County, Maryland, where just days ago hundreds of activists gathered to protest the county’s sanctuary city policies protecting criminal aliens.
According to ABC7’s Kevin Lewis, Wilder Hernandez-Nolasco was arrested after police say the little girl disclosed that he’d sexually assaulted her multiple times over the past year, telling her that she’d be “grounded for 100 days” if she told anyone about the abuse.
NEW: 21yo Wilder Hernandez-Nolasco of Silver Spring, Md. is accused of raping a six-year-old girl.— Kevin Lewis (@ABC7Kevin) September 16, 2019
Cops say the Honduran native told the victim he'd ground her for "100 days" if she told anyone.
Hernandez-Nolasco faces 155 years in prison. The source of his injuries is unknown. pic.twitter.com/puGK5XDIWf
According to court documents, Hernandez-Nolasco admitted to sexually assaulting the girl, but says he never actually raped her. He has been charged withtwo counts of second degree rape for vaginal intercourse, two counts of second degree rape for digital penetration, two counts of third degree rape for forcing the victim to touch his penis, one count of sexual abuse of a minor, and one count of sexual abuse of a minor continuing course of conduct.
Montgomery County officials and local law enforcement have come under steady fire recently for their on-the-books policy of refusing to cooperate with federal immigration authorities looking to take custody of criminal illegal aliens following their legal proceedings. In August, two illegal aliens from El Salvador were arrested for allegedly raping their friend’s 11-year-old sister multiple times over the span of several months.Days later, another illegal alien was charged with first-degree rape, sex abuse of a minor, and first-degree assault after allegedly raping a 16-year-old girl while holding her at knifepoint in her bedroom.
Earlier this month, an illegal alien from Nigeria was also arrested in Montgomery County for reportedly raping a woman in his car while she was intoxicated.
ICE officials reportedly have "nothing public" to share on Hernandez-Nolasco at this time.